In 2020, China proposed commitment on “Peak Carbon Dioxide Emissions” and “Peak Carbon Dioxide Concentration”
"Peak Carbon Dioxide Emissions" refers to China commit that greenhouse gas emissions from coal, oil, natural gas and other fossil energy combustion activities and industrial production processes, as well as land use changes and forestry activities, will no longer increase and reach a peak by 2030.
"Peak Carbon Dioxide Concentration" refers to the total amount of greenhouse gas emissions generated directly or indirectly within a certain period of time, through tree planting, afforestation, energy saving and emission reduction, etc., to offset self-generated carbon dioxide emissions and achieve "zero emissions" of carbon dioxide.
With the proposal of “carbon peak and carbon neutrality”, the data center industry, as an energy-intensive industry, has greatly increased the demand for green power resources and technologies.
Leading companies like BAT started its green journey by building data center industry and using renewable energy. Baidu built its own green data center and use natural lighting, natural ventilation, and shading for office buildings to improve the energy efficiency of the building. Tencent used AI and cloud computing to lower carbon emissions in Tencent Binhai Plaza Data Center. Meanwhile, Tencent Tianjin Data Center is also studying energy-saving applications based on the principle of waste heat recovery. JD, Meituan, TopBuzz also proposed new solutions for the greener future.
In KZ Consulting’s “2020-2021 IDC Market Research Report for Beijing and Surrounding Areas”, it analysed the Beijing data center policy impacts, and pointed out that in the next three years, more than 80% of the new rack resources in the Beijing will be concentrated in the suburbs outside the central city of Beijing, Langfang City, Zhangjiakou City and Wuqing District around Beijing in the next 3 years. With the proposal of “carbon peak and carbon neutrality”, the data center industry, as an energy-intensive industry, has greatly increased the demand for green power resources. Zhangjiakou, a city near Beijing, is a national-level green energy base with rich green power resources. In the future, it will be a key area for the development of the data center industry.
In addition, the report also suggested that the growth rate will not decrease in a large extent driven by the huge demand of large scale internet companies, cloud service providers and financial institutions. In future 3 years, Beijing IDC market will remain 15% growth rate. The market size will reach 41.86 billion yuan by 2023.
From the perspective of market supply, third-party IDC service providers play a major role in the IDC market in Beijing. The report pointed out that in 2020, the market share of third-party IDC service providers in Beijing has exceeded 50%, which is higher than that of basic telecom operators. At the same time, large third-party IDC service providers have continued to increase their investment in self-built computer rooms in recent years. By 2020, the proportion of self-built cabinets by third-party IDC service providers will exceed 70%.
In addition, the third-party IDC service provider market has shown an obvious "28th effect." The report pointed out that the TOP10 service providers of third-party IDC service providers have a total market share of 64.1% of the total third-party IDC service providers, of which 21Vianet and GDS both accounted for more than 14%. Full version of the report), has a leading edge, and other third-party service providers with higher market shares include Sinnet, Dr. Peng, etc.
The full version of the "2020-2021 Beijing and Surrounding Area IDC Market Analysis Report" has a total of 82 pages, about 30,000 words, and 47 charts, including an analysis of the status quo of IDC business market development in Beijing. Through interviews with hundreds of business leaders, experts, and scholars in the industry, we explored the annual development of the Beijing IDC market, interpreted regional policies, and enlightened the future development direction of data centers in the region. IDC market analysis in the Beijing area is the focus of the report, and a panoramic scan of the IDC industry in Beijing from the three dimensions of the overall industry environment, the supply side and the demand side.
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